First Honey® First Aid Bundle
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Introducing our First honey® First Aid Bundle, packed with a powerful trio of manuka honey healing remedies. We know that life can often come with cuts and grazes, so be prepared for whatever your adventures might throw your way with this easy-to-use, non-toxic, natural and 100% safe set of natural manuka honey First Aid products.
Each First honey® First Aid Bundle contains:
First Honey® Mānuka Plasters - Enriched with Medical Grade Manuka honey. Designed to protect wounds from bacteria and to promote faster healing without the need for anti-biotics.
First Honey® Mānuka Dressings - Enriched with Medical Grade Manuka honey. Designed to protect wounds from bacteria and to promote faster healing without the need for anti-biotics.
First Honey® Mānuka Ointment (14.2g) - A naturally potent skin healing ointment with 100% active Manuka honey. Promotes faster, better healing and provides long-lasting infection protection.
First Honey® Zippered Calico Travel Bag - To keep all your skin healing essentials on hand.
How Does It Work?
Medical-grade Manuka honey has become widely used by healthcare professionals to treat and manage wounds. Found only in New Zealand, Manuka honey contains the presence of Methylglyoxal (MGO) a potent healing compound that does not naturally occur in any other honeys.
Why Should I Use It?
Promote faster, better healing and prevent infection, without the use of artificial antibiotics.
What Makes First Honey Different?
The efficacy of the Manuka honey used in First Honey products is unparalleled due to its high standard for handling, placement of beehives, and manufacturing process. First Honey has a fully integrated ISO-accredited system to manage the honey from beehive to final product, ensuring that only the purest, highest-quality medical-grade Manuka honey is present in every bandage and tube.
Stop The Overuse Of Antibiotics
According to the FDA, CDC, and World Health Organization, antibiotic resistance, which can result from the overuse of antibiotics, is the biggest problem facing medicine today. Many of the common, over-the-counter wound care ointments contain three antibiotics, yielding an exposure that’s equivalent to a prescription antibiotic pill given by a medical professional.